What is speed and how could you improve it by training? Explore different fitness training methods Flexibility training Strength, Muscular Endurance and Power training Aerobic Speed Endurance training training Use page 17 to complete the table Training method Description of training method Hollow, acceleration and interval training Applicable components of physical fitness Applicable components of skill related fitness How could you apply the ‘F’ principle? How could you apply the ‘I’ principle? How could you apply the ‘T’ principle? How could you apply the ‘T’ principle? Speed training Hollow sprints Acceleration Interval sprints training Hollow Sprints • Work periods are followed by a “Hollow” period of either: • Rest • OR Low level work • • • • • E.G Sprint 40m Jog 40m Sprint 40m Walk 40m Sprint 40m….etc.. Advantages/Disadvantages Advantages Low cost Can improve speed Disadvantages Beginner needs to know how to Need to be careful not to overtrain Acceleration Sprints • Aimed at improving how quickly you can move from a starting position • Pace is increased steadily • Jogging-Striding-Maximum sprint • Hill sprints can be used • Rest in-between sprints Interval training High intensity work followed by periods of rest Recovery can be: total rest, walking or active recovery To improve speed– Intensity will be high, short rest periods Increasing intensity – less rest, more intervals Review What are the differences between hollow spring training and interval training?